Supercar Blondie is living large on YouTube

If you love sports cars, you’re always hoping for the chance to drive some of the best. Well, what if your job involved driving amazing supercars and posting the videos on YouTube? If that sounds like fun, then you have to follow Supercar Blondie on YouTube.

Here are some fun videos from her channel:

Driving an Aston Martin DB11

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Here’s lovely Marisa Miller next to some classic Porsche sports cars

So I guess Marisa Miller like Porsche and Steve McQueen!

  

Porsche introduces the new 918 Spyder in Frankfurt

I was able to snap these photos at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show as Porsche unveiled the much-anticipated 918 Spyder supercar. As you can see it’s a beautiful vehicle, but the real story here involves the plug-in hybrid engine and performance elements.

This concept was designed to be a high-performance hybrid, with 887 horsepower and the ability to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than 2.8 seconds. Like the Ferrari supercar announced earlier this year, the 918 Spyder features a combustion engine combined with an electric motor-based drive to optimize the dynamic performance of the vehicle. The electric motor allows for the faster acceleration from zero and then the gas motor kicks in.

This is the new reality of supercars. They are obviously becoming much more exotic, and in a way we’re seeing a real departure from traditional sports cars with a traditional stick shift. For that reason, cars like the new Corvette that still embrace the stick shift and powerful gas engine will probably still command a legion of fans.

But for sheer performance, these new hybrid supercars will be a beast on the track.

  

Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid video

This video shows the beauty of the new Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid. We’re seeing more and more luxury and performance hybrids, so this one will get plenty of attention.

  

Porsche reports record sales for 2012

Porsche had a great year in 2012, and the new 911 Carrera S in the video above was one of the drivers of the sales growth.

  

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